Batrachotrematidae is a family of trematodes in the order Plagiorchiida.
The following genera are described severally, and by Rizvi, et al. (2012):
The following additional genera are described by Cribb (2005), but are not discussed in Rizvi, et al. (2012) or other studies:
Cribb (2005) noted that most species of Batrachotrematidae are poorly described, and many seem to be different from the type-species of the genera to which they belong. A lack of molecular studies prevent adequate classification of the species; Cribb (2005) describes the split between African and Asian species, which parasitise different types of frogs, as possibly warranting a separate distinction at the family level. The lack of clarity regarding the definition of the family, and the lack of molecular and life-cycle studies on the putative species, makes Batrachotrematidae one of the worst-defined digenean families.
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^ a b c Rizvi, A. N., Bursey, C. R. & Bhutia, P. T. (2012). Three new species of Digenea (Batrachotrematidae) in Nanorana minica (Anura, Dicroglossidae) from Uttarkhand, India. Acta Parasitologica, 57(2), 154–159.
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^ a b c Cribb, T. H. (2005). Family Batrachotrematidae Dollfus and Williams, 1966. In Bray, R., Gibson, D. & Jones, A. (Eds.), Keys to the Trematoda. Vol. 2 (pp. 437–442). London, UK: CABI Publishing and The Natural History Museum.
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